Hello reddit! Proof.

I have to suck first and plug this mockumentary TV series that I made called "Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous." It premieres this thursday at 10:30 on MTV. So I would love you to either watch it or tell me to go fuck myself because you're not going to watch an MTV show helmed by a former "YouTube Sensation" (I totally get it).

And I'm going on the road soon with my brand new stand-up show!


UPDATE: Thank you for all the questions. I had a lot of fun and laughed a lot.

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Cbeck342555 karma

Do you remember playing N64 with the interracial siblings down the street way back when? Great times

BOblivionMovie2571 karma

YES! Taylor and Cody?! hahaha

ZexyMercenary2350 karma

At one of your live shows you explained why you don't sing "Klan Cookout" anymore because of how you told all the black people to sing along with the chorus and after only one person stood up and sang it you said "The bidding will start at $50." I thought that was the funniest part of the whole show

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mattmicko2318 karma

What is your favorite dipping sauce?

BOblivionMovie2841 karma

Too personal.

lovesfunnyposts3165 karma

Listen pussy, what is your favorite fucking dipping sauce?

You said "ask me anything". This is reddit. You must deliver. We have an option here called "AMAA" or "Ask me almost anything" for pussies who don't want to answer personal questions, but you chose "AMA"...

so now, one more time, what is your favorite dipping sauce, you candy-ass fuck?

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generalchaoz1950 karma

How do we fix africa?

BOblivionMovie3409 karma

I've been saying this for years, Olive Garden has UNLIMITED BREADSTICKS.

billingsley1425 karma

You said in the trailer for Zach Stone that you wanted to be a famous slut. So please post some nudes to r/ladybonersgw. Full frontal, full rear and a cumshot please and thank you.

BOblivionMovie1718 karma

I don't know why but the term "full rear" really made me laugh. I've just never heard that before.

ipwnall1231303 karma

no but really show me your butt.

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allhailskippy1424 karma

You say "former" YouTube sensation. Does that mean you won't be doing any more YouTube videos?

BOblivionMovie2614 karma

I just said "former" because I figured that the act of being a "sensation" was behind me. When I return, I will be a "Youtube OhThisFuckingGuyAgain."

carterrf101411 karma

How did you learn to be so tall while not looking so tall through my computer screen

BOblivionMovie2067 karma

I surround myself with large objects.

thebrokn1287 karma

Hey Bo!

You came to my campus in the Fall (UW-Platteville) and put on a great show. I worked on the production crew that set up and struck the show for you, and got a very brief chance to say hi. What struck me was how quiet and reserved you seemed to be before and after the show.

So my question is, do you do any kind of prep before the show to sort of "get into character", or is your stage presence more organic than that?

Also, you deep-throated one of our microphones and our boss was so grossed out by that he made us throw it away.

Have fun with the new tour and thanks for bringing a little comedy to our lowly rural campus. It was easily the best show we've had here for awhile.

BOblivionMovie1840 karma

Oh man your boss throwing away the microphone really made me laugh.

And as far as me being quiet and reserved, I think I'm always like that. Not just before shows. It's always a little weird for me, because I see my performance on stage as very much a character that just happens to have the same name as me. I think some people mistake my shyness offstage for arrogance or standoffishness. I hope you didn't. I try to be as polite and nice as possible in my everyday life. I just see people get disappointed that I'm not like the "life of the party" when I get offstage.

and so glad you enjoyed the live show! platteville was a fun one, I remember it.

BillCosbysForeskin882 karma

What else can you deep-throat?

BOblivionMovie2149 karma

anything microphone-shaped.

Swobes1169 karma

Why did my parents get a divorce?

BOblivionMovie2908 karma

Because your father wants to be a better father to you and he feels that the only way he can do that is with a little distance from your mother. And your mother wants to suck my dick without feeling guilty.

Monster1821093 karma

Bo! If you could pick one, what heckler stood out the most and how did you handle it?

BOblivionMovie2084 karma

My shitfaced step-aunt showed up at one of my shows and I told her that her kids where probably ashamed of her without knowing that she was, indeed, MY shitfaced step-aunt.

Bigman67891035 karma

I'm engaged to a girl that you kissed when you were three and was there at your birthday party when you almost drowned.

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mattzillla918 karma

Forget the password for /u/comedybronzemine ?

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StewarttheSir849 karma

do your parents actually think you're gay?

BOblivionMovie1897 karma

My dads just think i'm Bi now.

JohnnyFiveRulz837 karma

Did you ever find the G spot?

BOblivionMovie2140 karma

Yeah it was in her pussy the whole time!

dcg2011830 karma

How do you feel about Louis C.K.?

BOblivionMovie2622 karma

So underrated. He'll make it one day, though.

theguywhopickedkirby816 karma

Hypothetically, if you were playing Supersmash, who would you pick?

BOblivionMovie2166 karma

100% Kirby. Yeah, I'm that dick.

jmkobus806 karma

  1. Who were your idols starting out?
  2. Who is your current favorite comedian not named Bo Burnham

BOblivionMovie1358 karma

  1. Oh man, Steve Martin -- if you enjoy listening to comedy and haven't listened to "Let's Get Small" or "Wild and Crazy Guy," do it now. He's so amazing and silly and theatrical. I listened to a lot of George Carlin and Bill Cosby as well.
  2. There are many favorites. Hannibal Buress, Tig Notaro, Hans Teeuwen, Tim Minchin, John Mulaney, Jon Dore, Rory Scovel, Dylan Moran.

shortcomedian796 karma

I know you're probably busy, but will you ever do a collaboration with George Watsky? Also, I saw the pilot for your show and it was HILARIOUS! :)

BOblivionMovie1088 karma

I would love to collaborate with George. He's super talented and much more talented lyrically than I am (so I'd be happy to get my ass handed to me). Glad you liked the pilot! Heard it leaked. Sweet!

HoboJesus654 karma

What ever happened to the movie you were writing with Judd Apatow?

BOblivionMovie1325 karma

So yeah, I was working on a musical with Judd Apatow that was going to be sort of an "r-rated high school musical." We did a few drafts of it and it ended up not going forward. Over the course of writing the script, Judd taught me how to write and structure a screenplay, as I had no idea at the time. So it was a huge win for me -- learning how to write from someone whose writing I respect so much.

woahclaudia631 karma

So when are you coming back to Britain? Also, how different would you say your new stuff is from your old?
ALSO http://imgur.com/9eQgno7 and http://imgur.com/TAtm8td yaaaaay

BOblivionMovie768 karma

Trying to come back as soon as possible. I think I'm going to get back to Edinburgh in August. Then going to try to get to England soon after that. I think my new stuff is very different than my old stuff. I'm a huge fan of bands like the Beatles and Radiohead and Animal Collective -- bands that changed their sounds and styles drastically album to album. I'm trying to do that with comedy. To have albums that feel like they tell jokes and communicate ideas very differently from album to album.

Addyct585 karma

Bo! Huge fan.

So why MTV?

BOblivionMovie1450 karma

Thanks Addyct! The show itself is about a young, obnoxious kid who desperately wants to become famous in any way possible. And MTV seems to be the place that has sort of cultivated and nurtured that mindset. So I figured, where better to start this conversation about fame and its strange impacts on young people than the belly of the beast!

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I think one of the hardest things about musical comedy is figuring out how to get the lyrics to sit well in the music, without one element stepping on the other. And you do that brilliantly! You also took a song that is inherently repetitive and did a lot to make it not feel that way -- the slow little semi-bridge about "beef jerky" was awesome.

I think you're well on your way to being very good at this. You have all the right instincts. My only bit of advice would be to find more of a theme or "premise" for the song. Right now, it's a very funny list of hypothetical questions/silly metaphors. The title is "Life Advice" and I think if you had a little mini-chorus or mantra that you could repeat a few times to echo the premise of your title, the audience will then know WHY they're hearing the song (shitty example: these are things that I have learned in my life then go back to listing all the different funny lessons).

I think doing that will help the audience to contextualize all of your great one-liners. If you can combine great jokes (which you have), a fun tune (which you have), and a strong theme (which you almost have) then you will have sure-fire musical comedy smash, kiddo!

But amazing job. You're very talented.

WalkenOnYaFace548 karma

How did you feel going from writing silly songs to somewhat serious songs(Art is Dead, Nerds)? Were you nervous about how your fan base would react to the new songs?

BOblivionMovie945 karma

Yeah for sure. Art is Dead especially. Nerds was just sort of a little side project thing for fun. But once Art is Dead was out there, it bought me so much freedom. After that I really felt like I could do anything I wanted to onstage (I still want to be funny 98% of the time). I have to thank people like Tim Minchin, though, who helped pave the way for seriousness in musical comedy.

willowsharks531 karma

Art is Dead is my favorite song of yours to date. You have a good intuition, just trust it and you'll be fine.

BOblivionMovie446 karma

Thanks willowsharks! There's a lot of more stuff like that in the new hour. But it tried to make it funnier than "art is dead" which is a bit of downer.

milksteaklover544 karma

Hi Bo. On a scale of 1 to 10 how much do you enjoy rating things?

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wittyusernameplease515 karma

To what extent does "Rant" reflect your true feelings regarding Catholicism and religion?

(P.S., I think you're awesome.)

BOblivionMovie1005 karma

Um, I think that reflected my 18 year-old, just-out-of-an-all-boys-catholic-high-school views pretty well. I'm a bit more mellow than that now. I do fucking hate the institution of the catholic church and that didn't change when Francis went to the pawn shop. (P.S., Thank you!)

goulart93475 karma

How come you don't seem happy when I make you a burrito at Qdoba?

BOblivionMovie678 karma

Because I'm at Qdoba getting a burrito! Duh! Do you work at the one near the North Shore Mall? I haven't been there in forever cause I live in La now.

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BOblivionMovie748 karma

quivers in ecstasy

lukotheboss454 karma

elaborate on how rape whistles is love.

DevmasterJ747 karma

"Love is being the owner of the company that makes rape whistles. And even though you started with good intentions trying to reduce the rate of rape. Now you don't want to reduce it at all because as the rate rape declines you see an equal decline in whistle sales. Without rapists who's gonna buy your whistles?"

Haven't listend to it for awhile but I think I am close :)

BOblivionMovie2260 karma

Answering MY questions?!?! WHO'S FUCKING AMA DO YOU THINK THIS IS, BITCH?!?! xo

Dreamember448 karma

I watched the leaked version of the first episode (partly due to a love for piracy and partly due to being in a country where it's not going to be shown) and really liked it. How in control were you for the creative process of the show? Is there anything you would've liked to have been done differently?

BOblivionMovie805 karma

All good! Pirate away. MTV gave Dan Lagana (the guy who co-created the show with me) and I a lot of creative freedom. People might watch it and think that MTV censored me, but it's quite the opposite. I wanted to try something different, and I didn't have any interest in doing a television version of my stage show or a show where I played a fictional version of myself (that's way too trippy for me). There's plenty of things I would've done differently, but I feel that way about everything that's finished. Really glad you enjoyed it, that means a lot. Truly.

EnigmaticMachination437 karma

Huge fan Bo!

Had you not blown up as big as you did, would you have pursued higher education? If so, what would you have gone to school for? What are your main academic interests?

BOblivionMovie918 karma

I loved physics when I was younger. I would read "The Elegant Universe" and think that I was destined to become a great physicist. It wasn't until AP Physics in high school that I realized that you needed to do a lot of grueling, insane math before you could get to the fun "science philosophy" that I thought I was heading towards. I definitely would've pursued higher education. I was a week from enrolling before I decided to drop out. I miss school and learning, but I know I still have plenty of time for that.

GoingAdrift386 karma

Has anyone ever said you look like Ellen DeGeneres and Eddie Izzard's love child?

BOblivionMovie587 karma

That is the nicest physical comparison of me I've ever heard.

Mr_Jpg353 karma

Where did you go for 2-3 years?

BOblivionMovie1010 karma

Just been quietly touring as a stand-up, working on this tv show, and a few other things. I think there's this urge from a lot of people to stay relevant that's really annoying. I don't want to bother people unless I think I have something worthy of their attention. So yeah, I've just been working. Now a few of those things are done, and hopefully you like them!

Squab14346 karma

Do you regret anything about the path you've taken, instead of going to college or doing something more "normal" with your life?

BOblivionMovie744 karma

College definitely would've been fun. When I was watching all my friends do college, I sort of wrote it all off very angrily. I convinced myself that college was stupid and pointless because I was jealous that my friends were having the time of their lives while I was stuck in a Ramada Inn in North Dakota. I've grown up since and realized I was wrong. I'd love to go back to school in a few years and take some science and music classes.

vintagedreamer337 karma

I noticed that you're going on tour but not in Canada. If I buy you 10 pounds of poutine will you come to Toronto?

BOblivionMovie707 karma

It has to be Poutine served to me on the stomach of a Saint Catherine street stripper.

MichaelTheArnold319 karma

Do you find your irresistible body to be burdensome? Like when you're trying to walk down a street, and you are being overwhelmed with cat calls and pickup attempts, do you find yourself wishing that you were just a little bit less ridiculously good looking?

BOblivionMovie1131 karma

It's hard. Having a perfect body at 6'6", 185 pounds is tough. My dime-sized nipples become anthropomorphized sirens, calling out to the ship-bound women. Also my hairless chest and somehow hairy-ass may be one of nature's sexiest mysteries.

paulislegit317 karma

What was your social status in highschool?

By the way I absolutely love your attitude towards everything. You're hilarious and REAL at the same time.

BOblivionMovie747 karma

I was a theater kid but I went to an all-boys school so there really wasn't much of a social status. Without girls to impress, guys seemed less hostile to each other. I just had a few close friends and kind of kept to myself.

uofm120306 karma

Did you enjoy going on WTF with Marc Maron? Seems like a tough guy to get along with.

BOblivionMovie436 karma

I really did enjoy it. I was super intimidated going into it but Marc was very nice to me. I was confused by it.

TitaniumShovel224 karma

You were also hilarious on Pete Holmes' "You Made It Weird." You guys still keep in contact?

BOblivionMovie421 karma

Yes! Pete is a great friend and such a beacon of light and punchability.

Peteriffic288 karma

Bo burnham!

Do you actually read a lot of shakespeare/lit? Cause you deliver it pretty well.

BOblivionMovie463 karma

Thanks! I used to read it and perform it a lot. Haven't been able to as much lately. I'd really love to get back into theater.

slang_thang284 karma

favorite porn site

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tribbing1337276 karma

A while back, I faxed you and asked if you needed a personal chef.

Do you still need one?

BOblivionMovie1228 karma

No but I need a fax machine.

piratazephyri272 karma

Every time I listen to your album "Words, Words, Words" I catch some new pun that I never picked up on before. Which one is your favorite that you think people may not have noticed?

BOblivionMovie413 karma

I think people got almost all of them. There's a stupid joke about the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle that I loved that I knew wouldn't be a huge hit hahah.

Shauncanbefunny256 karma

what song are you most proud of?

BOblivionMovie1149 karma

I tend not to feel proud as much as I feel excited. And I always am most excited about my newest material. There's a lot of stuff in this new hour that I'm really excited for people to see and excited to perform. Unless you meant which song in general, in which case I am most proud of "Mambo No. 5" by Lou Bega.

xboxer102250 karma

Also, what song are you most ashamed of?

BOblivionMovie1171 karma

Most comedians don't ever apologize for anything they say, because I think it sounds cool to be like this absolutist beacon of free speech or whatever. But I'm not happy with a lot of the jokes I told when I was younger. In particular the song "The Perfect Woman" which just makes a series of really easy, not clever deaf jokes. I think about the fact that maybe some poor deaf kid was made fun or teased with one of the lyrics from that song and I feel sick. Now, I still do material that is considered "edgy." And I still make plenty of dark jokes about sad topics. But I've put the thought into them and can stand behind them. I was 16 when I wrote "The Perfect Woman" and I just find it kind of mean now.

illshootyourun252 karma

How long does it take you to write one of your pieces [songs], on average?

BOblivionMovie410 karma

Depends on the piece. When I was writing more dense, pun-filled songs - those could be written over a period of few months. Songs that are a little more theme driven, with longer jokes can be written faster (maybe a week). This new stand-up show I'm doing has been a whole different process. A lot of the material incorporates backing-tracks, so the process for finishing bits is a long back and forth between working things out in a recording studio and testing them out on the stage. So some of those bits have taken over a year.

macintoshgeek243 karma

How do you think being a theatre kid helped with your success?

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I truly have no idea how my success happened. That part of it is a lot of stupid luck. But I can talk about my comedy and my comedy is very influenced by me being a "theater kid." So much of what I do onstage is seeking out the thrills I would feel doing theater in middle school. Just recently, with this last hour of material, I finally found a way to "listen" on stage again. Listening is one of the most fun aspects of theater and there usually isn't much room for it in stand up comedy. So I started incorporating backing-tracks into my act, so that I could actively listen on stage rather than just spout for an hour straight.

And my theater teacher in high school taught me that the most important and impressive thing someone can do on stage is take a risk. That one sentiment has guided so much of my act.

I rambled. Hope that answered your question?

teezer704211 karma

Bo, I'm reading your responses/writing a paper on Skinheads. Can I get a quote from you to include in my paper to make sure my professor reads it?

BOblivionMovie638 karma

Skinheads are bad. They are not good.

GoodLuckLetsFuck187 karma

"Wait so his name is Zach stone??"

-people I'm not friends with anymore

BOblivionMovie206 karma

It's fine. It'll be some weird social experiment at the very least. I'm down with that.

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Definitely serious at the time. There's also a bit of hypocrisy built into that song, and it being so melodramatic is supposed to be mocking how melodramatic artists tend to be (even when their trying to be self-aware or introspective).

itsBKizzle167 karma

favorite musical? ps- I'm stoked for Stone! Also, you make my heart giggle.

BOblivionMovie394 karma

Just saw Matilda on Broadway, and it is honestly now my favorite musical. It's fucking amazing.

Titsafire152 karma

What is your favorite book?

BOblivionMovie415 karma

That's hard. A recent book that I really loved was "Born Standing Up" -- Steve Martin's memoir. Favorite: maybe Catch-22?

Brubasket145 karma

What is your favorite genre of music, kind sir?

BOblivionMovie181 karma

Brubasket! Good seeing you, me. I will say the genre of The Beatles.

skylrrose129 karma

Would you please be my marriage officiant? My boyfriend and I adore you!

BOblivionMovie730 karma

Only if you're a guy. I don't believe in straight marriage.

DevinNibletz116 karma

Do you smoke weed, Bo?

BOblivionMovie462 karma

no [7].

OhNoSpookyGhost100 karma

Can you tell me about the different Hondas that you have for sale?

BOblivionMovie243 karma

Well this honda is has four doors and so does this one and this one has a steering wheel and so does this one.

WookieGoldberg96 karma

There's a terrarium. The glass walls are 20 feet high, it's 50 feet wide, and 100 feet long. There is nothing in it except for sand, which covers the floor. Would you rather spend 24 hours in there with a 5'3'' 120 lb man who honestly just wants to kill you. He has no weapons. But he is furious, crazy, psycopathic and wants nothing more than to kill you. He is not a trained fighter or anything, just some random, small, psycopath that you pick up off the street.

Or would you rather spend 24 hours in my terrarium with a 3 year old with a gun? The gun is taped to his hand so he won't drop it or anything, and let's say he's strong enough to hold it. There is unlimited ammo. He doesn't speak English. You can't reason with him, because he's a toddler. You can't touch the kid (to disarm him, incapacitate him, etc). He may shoot you, he may not. He probably has horrible aim. This is a random, psycopathic toddler that you picked up off the streets.


BOblivionMovie233 karma

Choose the kid. I can't touch him but I can quickly throw sand in his eyes, knocking him to the ground, and then bury him.

neocorny91 karma

did you have to make any sacrifices to get a show on MTV? if so which? such as jokes you wrote but weren't allowed to be used and so on.

BOblivionMovie178 karma

Not nearly as much as you'd think. We wanted to make a silly and sweet satire about a young kid and his family. So most of our fights were about things like being able to show the camera crew and Zach being able to reference the act of filming during a scene. I'm very happy with how it turned out. I think it's different and weird and something I can stand behind.

AndyRullo81 karma

What's something you can give me for free?

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DancingSlab-O-Bacon77 karma

Do you sleep with your groupies?

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Is it sleeping with them if they're dead?

jasonpugsly74 karma

You had me hooked with new math. I was I think a freshman in high school when you did it and I hadn't learned half of the things in the song. So it continued to make me laugh every time I listened to it and understood more of the jokes.

So my question: How long did that take you to write because it seems fairly intelligent on multiple levels of math?

BOblivionMovie95 karma

I was always a math-minded kid growing up. When I started taking Calc AB in school I realized that it probably wasn't the field that I wanted to go into. But I knew enough to make a bunch of stupid puns about it. Glad you liked it!

macAaronE57 karma

Hey Bo! Do you remember coming to UNC Asheville a while back and performing there? I was the one that spearheaded your booking, and picked you up from the airport and managed the event and such.

First off, I want to say you were a top notch performer and a professional off of the stage. It was a cool event and bringing you to campus was the highlight of being on the programming board for me.

Though, I have to say that my favorite part of it all was after the show. Blowjobs and weed and partying were being offered to you all around, but you had me tell everyone that you had an early flight just so you could skip out on it and not feel awkward for not being interested and telling folks such. Even better is that you were pumped at the fact that there was a ping pong table that you could play at for free.

Thanks again man. It was really a killer time and I hope to see you perform on stage in the future when I don't have to deal with the worry that comes with coordinating the event.

Oh, here's an embarrassing picture of you and I after the show.

BOblivionMovie114 karma

Holy shit that is a terrible photo of both of us! hahahaa

I definitely remember that show. It was a weird, well-lit room in like a sort of study area, right? Yeah that was super fun.

I tend to just want to relax and go back to my hotel room after a show. I really appreciate everyone wanting to hang out, I've just never been the party type and I tend to feel a little stressed in large crowds.

Thanks for helping put on the show. I remember the show being very well run, and if I was smiling after the show like I was in that picture, it must've gone well.

WorthLessTurd53 karma

Hey, Bo! Is this the mockumentary about high school you were writing? I thought that was being written with Judd Apatow? When the hell is Sin Bin going to be released?!

Can't wait to see you at the Keswick Theatre next month! I wish you all the best and every success in your career. Thanks for being so nice to the super awkward and shy like myself at the meet and greets after your show.

BOblivionMovie92 karma

No the Judd thing was a musical that never ended up happening. This is a whole different project. I think Sin Bin is coming out On Demand in the fall!

Hope you enjoy the show at the Keswick! And thank you for coming to the shows and staying afterwards to meet me. My job is super easy and too fun.

CopEatingDonut52 karma

Is Bo short for Bojangle?

BOblivionMovie292 karma

It's actually long for B.

honeybadga49 karma

Fuck, Marry, Kill; Gary Busey, Mickey Rourke, Joan Rivers.

BOblivionMovie33 karma

I'd have trouble telling them apart I think.

ahairycat-astrophe46 karma

When will we expect a picture of you sleeping from your exhausting AMA covered by paper.

BOblivionMovie187 karma

Once my sweetheart catches me slippin'

RemingtonT38 karma

Bo, do you really hate it when people sing along at your shows? Why?

Isn't it like any other concert, say, the jonas brothers... many of the fans sing along... why do you get upset?

BOblivionMovie119 karma

I'm never really as angry as I am on stage. I think watching anger on stage is fun for an audience. But I do want the comedy to be experienced in the moment, rather than how a song is experienced at a concert. But granted, that should be on me to come up with new material that you haven't seen before (and that's really the reason I don't post stuff on youtube until it's out on a special; because I want people to be surprised when they see it for the first time live). But you can sing along. I don't really care. But I will still yell at you.

dschneider37 karma

Dear Bo,

I humbly request more math jokes/songs.

Thank you,

A Math Guy.

BOblivionMovie135 karma

You're being irrational. I'll show myself out.

ThisRiverisWild20 karma

I'm guessing your parents/relatives/teachers might have saw your stuff back when you were a new Youtube star. Was it awkward putting out such raunchy material at a young age?

BOblivionMovie65 karma

Oh for sure. My mother is not a raunchy person in the slightest, but is so loving and supportive that she couldn't help smiling through it all (though it may have been through gritted teeth.) I just finished this MTV show and my mother can truly enjoy it and love it because it's about a kid and his family. Having my mom genuinely enjoy something I made, made it all worth it.

PeenTang11 karma

What's your favorite play/musical you've performed in and why?

BOblivionMovie41 karma

Probably The Baachae. It's a play by Euripides and it's just amazing and epic and bloody and beautiful.